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Vinny Paz Record

Total Fights60
Title Wins2
Title Defenses0
Title-Fight KOs1
KO Wins30
KO Losses3
Vinny Paz Record & Stats
Vinny Paz' Record
Vinny Paz' boxing record and career infographic

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      What is Vinny Paz' boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 20 years and 10 months, Vinny Paz fought 60 times with 50 wins and 10 losses.

      Paz retired from professional boxing with a record of 50-10, which included two world-title wins at two weight classes — lightweight and super-welterweight. He had a 50% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 30 of his total 60 fights being knockout wins, one of which was in a title fight. Paz suffered three knockout losses in his career, one of which was against Roy Jones Jr. in a super-middleweight title fight.

      His last fight was a 10-round unanimous decision victory over Tocker Pudwill on March 27, 2004.

      Some of Paz' best fights and notable victories include wins over Hall-of-Famer Roberto Durán, Lloyd Honeyghan, Dan Sherry, Brett Lally, Gilbert Delé, Greg Haugen, and Jacques LeBlanc.

      60Mar 27, 200441Tocker PudwillWinUD
      59Mar 1, 200239Eric LucasLoss *UD
      58Dec 7, 200138Levan EasleyWinUD
      57Sep 21, 200138Tim ShocksWinUD
      56Jul 27, 200138Pat LawlorWinKO2
      55Feb 9, 200138Aaron DavisLossTKO8
      54Nov 5, 199936Dana RosenblattLossSD
      53Jun 25, 199936Esteban CervantesWinSD
      52Apr 9, 199936Joseph KiwanukaWinUD
      51Jan 8, 199936Undra WhiteWinTKO9
      50Nov 6, 199835Arthur AllenWinUD
      49Jul 26, 199835Glenwood BrownWinMD
      48Dec 6, 199734Herol GrahamLossUD
      47Aug 23, 199633Dana RosenblattWinTKO4
      46Jun 24, 199532Roy Jones Jr.Loss *TKO6
      45Jan 14, 199532Roberto DuránWinUD
      44Nov 8, 199431Rafael WilliamsWinUD
      43Jun 25, 199431Roberto DuránWinUD
      42Apr 5, 199431Jacques LeBlancWinUD
      41Dec 28, 199331Dan SherryWinKO11
      40Oct 26, 199330Robbie SimsWinUD
      39Jun 26, 199330Lloyd HoneyghanWinTKO10
      38Mar 2, 199330Brett LallyWinRTD6
      37Dec 15, 199229Luis SantanaWinUD
      36Oct 1, 199128Gilbert DeléWin *TKO12
      35Jul 2, 199128Ron AmundsenWinUD
      34Dec 1, 199027Loreto GarzaLoss *DQ
      33Aug 5, 199027Greg HaugenWinUD
      32Feb 3, 199027Hector CamachoLoss *UD
      31Nov 27, 198926Eddie VanKirkWinTKO5
      30Jun 11, 198926Vinnie BurgeseWinTKO10
      29Apr 14, 198926Jake CarolloWinTKO2
      28Nov 7, 198825Roger MayweatherLoss *UD
      27Oct 4, 198825Rick KaiserWinTKO3
      26Jun 27, 198825Felix DubrayWinTKO4
      25Feb 6, 198825Greg HaugenLoss *UD
      24Jun 7, 198724Greg HaugenWin *UD
      23Feb 8, 198724Roberto ElizondoWinTKO10
      22Nov 8, 198623Roger BrownWinTKO4
      21Sep 18, 198623Nelson BolanosWinTKO6
      20May 18, 198623Harry ArroyoWinUD
      19Feb 5, 198623Joe Frazier Jr.WinTKO7
      18Nov 26, 198522Melvin PaulWinTKO2
      17Sep 18, 198522Jeff BumpusWinUD
      16Mar 27, 198522Antoine LarkWinTKO6
      15Dec 1, 198421Abdelkader MarbiLossTKO5
      14Nov 17, 198421Bruno SimiliWinTKO3
      13Aug 29, 198421Rich McCainWinUD
      12Apr 15, 198421Mike GoldenWinPTS
      11Feb 26, 198421David BellWinTKO4
      10Dec 14, 198320Jose OrtizWinKO6
      9Dec 2, 198320Emilio DiazWinTKO3
      8Oct 27, 198320Robert StevensonWinKO1
      7Sep 24, 198320Jim ZelinskiWinTKO2
      6Sep 9, 198320Ricardo MorenoWinTKO3
      5Aug 31, 198320Rafael AliciaWinTKO2
      4Aug 16, 198320Eddie CarberryWinTKO2
      3Jul 10, 198320Patrick Dangerfield Jr.WinKO2
      2Jun 30, 198320Keith McCoyWinKO3
      1May 26, 198320Alfredo RiveraWinTKO4

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Vinny Paz (The Pazmanian Devil) is a 61-year old retired American professional boxer. He was born in Cranston, Rhode Island, U.S. on December 16, 1962. He is a former two-weight-class world champion. His professional boxing career spanned more than 20 years — from 1983 to 2004.

      Paz made his professional boxing debut against Alfredo Rivera at the age of 20 on May 26, 1983, defeating Rivera via 4th round TKO. He went on to win 13 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 11 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 24 on June 7, 1987 after 23 professional fights, against Greg Haugen for the lightweight IBF title. He defeated Haugen via 15 round unanimous decision to become the lightweight champion of the world.

      Paz has won two world titles at two weight classes. For all the details about Paz' world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Paz had a total of 10 losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Tocker Pudwill on March 27, 2004. Paz won the fight via 10 round unanimous decision. It's been 20 years, 2 months, and 25 days since this fight.


      Paz had a total of eight world-title fights, which includes winning two world titles and zero successful title defenses. He won two of these fights and lost six.

      Title Wins

      Vinny Paz fought for world titles in seven fights and won two of these fights, winning one of them via way of stoppage. In total, he won two belts across two weight classes.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      Oct 1, 1991Gilbert DeléSuper-welterweightWBATKO
      Jun 7, 1987Greg HaugenLightweightIBFUD

      Title Losses

      Vinny Paz lost one world-title defense fight, and lost one title in the fight.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      Feb 6, 1988Greg HaugenLightweightIBFUD


      Paz fought a total of 60 times during his professional career, which includes 8 world-title fights at four weight divisions. These three fights are the highlight of his career.

      • June 7, 1987: Paz wins his first world title by defeating Greg Haugen via 15 round unanimous decision. He is now the IBF lightweight world champion.

      • June 26, 1993: Vinny Paz beats Lloyd Honeyghan via 10th round TKO.

      • June 25, 1994: Vinny Paz beats Roberto Durán via 12th round unanimous decision.


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